The Oracle shopping centre in Reading has announced six new lettings.
Owner Hammerson has announced that high end bakers GAIL’s, Japanese noodle and tempura restaurant Marugame Udon, lifestyle retailers Oliver Bonas and Rituals, menswear brand Charles Tyrwhitt and lingerie and nightwear brand Boux Avenue, all new names to the town, have taken units in the centre.
Giles Mount, leasing manager for Hammerson, said: “The signing of these new brands demonstrates the flight to quality we are embracing across the Hammerson portfolio, with household brand names being more targeted in their expansion plans; selecting popular destinations in cities with strong growth.
“The Oracle is the premier destination in Reading, and we’re excited to be the first to bring these brands to the region.”
Andy Brigg, general manager for the centre, said: “We’re always looking at new ways to drive customer engagement, particularly with new concepts and firsts, so a mixture of international restaurants, heritage and luxury lifestyle brands will enliven The Oracle and generate fresh excitement as we gear up for a busy Christmas.”
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